The Creation Gardens beef products were shipped to food service locations in Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and Tennessee.
The effect of last summer's drought on livestock around the state could be felt for several more years, says one economist.
State-inspected meat processing facilities in Indiana must now receive clear test results on their meat products before shipping them.
Cincinnati-based Kroger is the latest supermarket to announce it will no longer sell "pink slime."
Hoosiers can expect to pay significantly higher beef prices in the coming months.